According to a survey published by The Independent on Friday, it was mentioned that as many as 30% of the students are less likely to study in Britain after the BREXIT.
As per the survey and statistics shown, there were around 436,585 students from outside Britain studying in the country in 2014-2015. The BBC also reported that on the day the Brexit vote came in, more than 100 non-UK EU students withdrew their application from Aberystwyth University in Welsh. Twenty-six percent of income reported by English institutions came from non-EU students. Chinese students were the largest group of students from outside Britain studying in the country in 2014-2015.
In the survey, as many as 32% students said, they would choose Canada as an alternative study destinations, 21 percent chose Germany and 20 percent preferred to study in America and Australia. As a remedy the students demanded about lower costs while some emphasized easier admission and a more welcoming society. On of the official who was the part of the interview told the media, "The London-based college and careers service provider Hobsons interviewed 1014 people, 30 percent of which said they feel the country is "less welcoming" and thus are less likely to study here, while 6 percent said they would definitely not choose to study in Britain after Brexit."
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